The Games Do Count - Pat Williams Summary & Analysis

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Pat Williams Summary and Analysis

Pat Williams's father took him to see his first professional baseball game when he was seven, and from that moment on, Pat wanted to be a baseball player. Pat played all through school and into college, then was drafted by the Phillies as a catcher where he played for two years. After two years, the Phillies gave Pat a job as general manager of the minor league club in Spartanburg, South Carolina. This led to Pat having a thirty-six year career as an executive with the NBA. Pat continued to play baseball, often catching for retired major league players at fantasy camps. All nineteen of Pat's children have all played a sport as well, teaching them the importance of being a part of a team.

Pat Williams' story is one of living a dream and taking the lessons he...

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